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Shadow Light: A Short Fairy Tale

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Night lived in a tower at the end of the world.
Her name was Layla, and the world did not know her.

Day had no tower.
His name was Aeric, and the world held no refuge for him.

Yet with the evil Coroc and his army of shadowfiends terrorizing the lands, Layla and Aeric must work together to restore light and hope before all is lost.

Night and Day must unite to save all peoples
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Published March 31st 2020
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H.S.J. Williams
An absolutely STUNNING short story! So akin to the poetic romances of Tolkien, McDonald, Lewis and some of the great fairy-tales. The prose painted visions of pure beauty. Yes, I think I must do art for this, yes, I must. A beautiful , encouraging message as well.

I would describe it as a perfect latte or a perfect tea...it is a short experience, but it warms your heart and leaves you with a wonderful taste afterwards.

Suitable for ALL ages.
Bryn
Apr 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A gorgeously told tale of light, darkness and the power of hope. The potency of the message left me in tears while the beauty of the writing left me hungry for more. Highly recommend for lovers of Tolkien, Bunyan and Celtic lore.
Laura A. Grace
Mar 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Sarah's writing is so beautiful! *happy cries*

This story was GORGEOUS! A stunning and unique fairy tale that had me internally sighing from how wonderfully descriptive it was as well as her incredible characters. Truly, I could go back and reread this fairy tale and appreciate everything about it all over again! <3

Shadow Light truly has the same flow and prose of fairy tales of old, but don't think one needs to be an avid fairy tale reader to appreciate this story. It is one of hope, love,
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Sarah White
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COMING MARCH 31!!!
Laurie Lucking
Apr 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
A short, beautifully-written story that reads like a fable or classic fairy tale. Check out my full review here: http://www.landsuncharted.com/2020/04....

*I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.*
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Sarah Delena White was raised by wolves in an alternate dimension. She writes eclectic speculative fiction that reworks mythology with a fine balance of poetry and snark. Shes an experienced world traveler who loves to weave world folklore and ancient concepts into vibrant, original story worlds. She is the administrative manager for Uncommon Universes Press. When shes not writing, she can be ...more

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